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Symptom Control at the End of Life.

Related Articles Symptom Control at the End of Life. Med Clin North Am. 2016 Sep;100(5):1111-22 Authors: Kreher M Abstract Symptom control at the end of life is an identified ongoing gap in end-of-life care. Increased demand for high-quality symptom control; limited supply of specialty trained clinicians; lack of consistent high-quality evidence-based interventions; and education deficits among clinicians, patients, and families in end-of-life processes contribute to this gap. High-value end-of-life care is centered on high-quality communication about goals of care. This article reviews primary palliative care concepts of communication and symptom control to provide a framework for primary care physicians to…
Origen: Symptom Control at the End of Life. – PubMed

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Favored subjects and psychosocial needs in music therapy in terminally ill cancer patients: a content analysis.

Related Articles Favored subjects and psychosocial needs in music therapy in terminally ill cancer patients: a content analysis. BMC Palliat Care. 2016 May 12;15:48 Authors: Preissler P, Kordovan S, Ullrich A, Bokemeyer C, Oechsle K Abstract BACKGROUND: Research has shown positive effects of music therapy on the physical and mental well-being of terminally ill patients. This study aimed to identify favored subjects and psychosocial needs of terminally ill cancer patients during music therapy and associated factors. METHODS: Forty-one Patients receiving specialized inpatient palliative care prospectively performed a music therapy intervention consisting of at least two sessions (total number of sessions:…
Origen: Favored subjects and psychosocial needs in music therapy in terminally ill cancer patients: a content analysis. – PubMed

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A prospective study validating the EORTC QLQ-BM22 bone metastases module in patients with painful bone metastases undergoing palliative radiotherapy.

Related Articles A prospective study validating the EORTC QLQ-BM22 bone metastases module in patients with painful bone metastases undergoing palliative radiotherapy. Radiother Oncol. 2016 05;119(2):208-12 Authors: Raman S, Ding K, Chow E, Meyer RM, Nabid A, Chabot P, Coulombe G, Ahmed S, Kuk J, Dar AR, Mahmud A, Fairchild A, Wilson CF, Wu JS, Dennis K, DeAngelis C, Wong RK, Zhu L, Brundage M Abstract PURPOSE: Quality of life (QOL) can be compromised in patients with bone metastases, and validated QOL instruments are required to accurately measure QOL outcomes in this population. This study investigated the validity, reliability and responsiveness…
Origen: A prospective study validating the EORTC QLQ-BM22 bone metastases module in patients with painful bone metastases undergoing palliative radiotherapy. – PubMed

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